Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Beauty abounds

©2019 Barry Smith - Surface tension cradles a small withered leaf 
As you can see from the last photo in this post the morning started early and overcast; and then there was gentle misty-rain. The blossoms were refreshed by the night and early mist-rain. It clung to the petals, leaves and edges.

©2019 Barry Smith - Ginger blossom 
©2019 Barry Smith - Yet another perfumed gift
©2019 Barry Smith - Unfurling and droplet encrusted Frangipani flower
©2019 Barry Smith - Cascading
©2019 Barry Smith - No perfume but beauty in its colour and stripes
The sky was gradually lit by the sun touching the clouds which in turn were reflected in subtle tones on the surface of the water in the rusty fire pit. The water not only cradled the clouds but also a fallen leaf.

©2019 Barry Smith - Sun touched clouds and sky reflected on the surface of the rusty water filled fire pit
Orchids in Graham's orchid house have also welcome a bit of cooler weather and dew-filled evenings.

©2019 Barry Smith
©2019 Barry Smith
©2019 Barry Smith
©2019 Barry Smith
©2019 Barry Smith
And all of that emerged from a grey cloud filled morning

©2019 Barry Smith - Morning - grey cloud filled


  1. That last image ... the fog looks like breakers on the shore ... magical

  2. Hi LA - the clouds can be like that - rolling with the wind. Go well. B


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